HOW TO GET STARTED AS AN AMRRON OPERATOR

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HOW TO GET STARTED AS AN AMRRON OPERATOR
HOW TO GET STARTED AS AN AMRRON OPERATOR
AmRRON (the American Redoubt Radio Operators Network) is a standardized communications plan
to link hams and non-ham radio operators with likeminded preppers, patriots, and Redoubters if
standard communications fail.
There are two types of AmRRON Radio Operators:
HAM OPERATORS:
Use their equipment and skills to relay relevant information, alerts, coordination of efforts, and
promotion of the American Redoubt movement to likeminded preppers, patriots and Redoubters.
RELAYS:
Non-Ham Relays will monitor for radio traffic at pre-designated times, and then Relay that
information across their local area, or to a Ham Operator, who can then pass the information on to
others in the network. Most Relays have at LEAST one type of CH3 Project communications, such as
a CB (Citizens Band radio) or FRS (Family Radio Service).
CHECKLIST for new AmRRON Operators:
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Watch the Comms-Up Full Length Video on AmRRON.com
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Join AmRRON for AmRRON Call Sign and access to the Member Directory
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Print the Communications S.O.I. for your communications binder
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Read Pepper Radio Comms 101 & Hooray, I’m an AmRRON Operator Articles on
AmRRON.com
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Check your comms equipment and update/purchase equipment if necessary
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If possible, study to obtain Ham Technician License
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Join or Start a Scheduled Net in your City/State
Getting your “Comms Up” now and learning how to use your equipment and building a network will
prepare you and your family to be connected in an event where standard communications fail. There
are several helpful tools and articles on the AmRRON website. Thank you for stepping up and joining
AmRRON.
*If you are viewing this document hard copy, it is available at www.AmRRON.com under the
“communications resources” tab with links to the items in the check list above.